Wallace Properties and Baylis Architects are heading back before the design review board on Monday, November 14 for a potential recommendation on their plans for a seven-story resident complex in Northgate.
When we last saw their proposal, they offered up three different options that included varied numbers of residential units and live/work units. Based on feedback they’ve settled on a design that will include 134 residential units, four live/work units, and 121 parking stalls. Unit types are unclear but it looks like they’ll mostly be a mix of open 1-BRs and 1-BRs.
Building amenity spaces include a residential courtyard, residential lounge, and small green roof.
While the building won’t have much retail aside from the potential live/work spaces, it’s just down the road from Northgate Mall and all of the surrounding retail around that. It’s also close to I-5 and public transit options.